Mr. Tuttle is the co-author of numerous articles, including “SEC's Insider Info Case Shows Perils Of Portfolio Co. Trading,” Law360 (July, 2020); “INSIGHT: Key Accounting and Financial Reporting Risks Arising From the Covid-19 Pandemic,” Bloomberg Tax (June, 2020); “Dropped Herbalife Insider Case Leaves Questions Unanswered,” Law360 (February, 2015); “Allergan Fuels Tension Over Schedule 13D Disclosure,” Law360 (February, 2015); “Citigroup Fallout And SEC’s Strategic Resource Allocations,” Law360 (February, 2015); “Second Circuit Speaks On Source Of Duty For Insider Trading And Scope Of Disgorgement Remedy,” Financial Fraud Law Report (January, 2015); “DOJ Proposal Shows Focus on Individuals in Corporate Crime,” Law360 (September, 2014); “Inside 2nd Circ Ruling on Overseas Whistleblower,” Law360 (August, 2014); “Heads of SEC Whistleblower Office and FCPA Unit Warn against Interference with Potential Whistleblowers,” Financial Fraud Law Dept (June, 2014); “A Touch of Solace for Broker-Dealer Compliance Personnel,” Law360 (November, 2013); “Debevoise & Plimpton Discusses SEC’s Guidance on Supervisory Liability for a Broker-Dealer’s Compliance and Legal Personnel,” The Columbia Law School Blue Sky Blog (November, 2013); “Circuit Court Adopts Narrow Interpretation of Anti-Retaliation Provision of Dodd-Frank Whistleblower Rules,” Financial Fraud Law Report (October, 2013); “The Vilar Decision: Second Circuit Curtails the Territorial Reach of Criminal Liability under Section 10(b),” Wall Street Lawyer (October, 2013); “A Good Way to Level the Playing Field in SEC Civil Actions,” Law360 (January, 2013); “Dodd-Frank Whistleblower Provision And Court's Broad Interpretation,” The Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation (October, 2012); “Court Finds No Duty To Disclose Wells Notices,” Insights: The Corporate & Securities Law Advisor (September, 2012); “Second Circuit Signals Support for the SEC’s Use of ‘Neither Admit Nor Deny’ Language in Consent Settlements,” Financial Fraud Law Report (September, 2012); “Duty To Disclose SEC Wells Notices Rejected By Judge,” The Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation (July, 2012); “Dodd-Frank Whistleblower Issues In Leshinsky And Asadi,” Law360 (July, 2012); “SEC ‘Obey-the-Law’ Injunctions Held Invalid,” The Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation (July, 2012); “The Eleventh Circuit Casts Doubts On ‘Obey The Law’ Injunctions,” Insights (July, 2012); and “SEC ‘Obey-The-Law’ Injunctions Held Invalid,” FCPA Professor blog (June, 2012).
Mr. Tuttle was an associate in the Washington, D.C. office of a leading U.S. law firm from 1992 to 1995, where he represented primarily broker-dealers, registered persons and other individuals in SEC, National Association of Securities Dealers and New York Stock Exchange enforcement inquiries, securities customer arbitrations and civil litigation. Mr. Tuttle joined Debevoise in 1995. He received his B.A., with honors, from the College of William & Mary in Virginia in 1989. He received his J.D. cum laude from Harvard Law School in 1992. Mr. Tuttle is admitted to practice in Washington, D.C., Virginia and the United States District Courts for the District of Columbia and the Eastern District of Virginia.